Kress popped the question to his then-girlfriend with a stunningly scenic proposal overlooking Angles National Forest in Southern California.
The American actor who became able to win the hearts of people and get among one of the talented personality just at the young age of 22 is non other than Nathan Karl Kress.
Kress, 22, and London Elise Moore wed in an outdoor ceremony at the Villa del Sol d’Oro in Sierra Madre, California, according to images shared by wedding attendees.
The bride wore a sleeveless white ballgown with a stunning mesh veil, and Kress donned a gray tweed suit.
"We decided we want to give you guys a little look into what happened on our wedding day," Kress tweets, along with a link. "The video, created by The Cinematic Age, shows a series of intimate wedding moments, including Kress and his elated bride cutting their decadent wedding cake, sharing multiple newly married kisses, and shedding pure tears of joy.
Them montage also includes several speeches from the couple's adoring wedding party, who had nothing but heartfelt words to say about the big day couple. She's the perfect compliment to Nathan," said Kress's brother during his earnest speech, who couldn't help but share the hilarious story of how, despite having Kress as a brother, he had actually always wanted a sister.
Following up his anecdote, Kress's brother graciously concluded that in time he's found that, "London is that sister."On Instagram, Kress also shared a snippet of the video along with an equally as memorable caption.
In a film called “Babe: Pig in the City” released in 1998.
"See More: Our Favorite Celebrity Engagement Rings The Say Yestothe Kress couple officially tied the knot back in November with a star-studded Southern California ceremony.
Joining the blissful couple on their magic day included some of Kress's other castmates including Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette Mc Curdy, and Jerry Trainor.
Grab the tissues because this wedding video is bound to make you tear up.
Capturing some of the most joyous moments from a couple's big day, and perfectly recreating them on film, is a task many brides and grooms (and their videographers) attempt to achieve.